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mcafee is in hiding. >> want to take a good look at the people in this video. fox 5 morning news at 7:00 starts right now. >> this is fox 5 morning news. >> and this is thursday november 15th. there's a live look outside at i 395 south of seminary road. good morning. i'm tony perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. happy you are with us on this friday. >> tucker barnes is here. he has the latest on our forecast. another cool one. >> and cool this afternoon. more cloud cover. not going to be the best looking day but we're not expecting rain showers through thursday. let's get to the radar. showers to the south down into the carolinas. you can see those bubbling up. cloud cover associated with
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upper level disturbance bringing the midatlantic cloud cover. clouds more numerous than yesterday. partly to mostly cloudy. we're going to stay on the cool side for the remainder of the week. currently washington, the temperature is 43. 30s out at dulles and bwi marshal. forecast high temperature about 10 degrees below average. mid 40s north and west to about 50 here. a little cool for this time of year. that's a look at weather. more details on a brighter looking weekend forecast coming up. let's do traffic and get the latest from julie. >> on the roads right now got our hands full. coming in from the west eastbound 66 down to 31 miles an hour. the pace doesn't
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improve much. a pattern going as we're well below speed. southbound 270 lanes are open but an hour commute coming southbound from 85 heading into german town. traffic slows again. you'll find if you are traveling metro's red line, this is where we have problems. they are single tracking because of an earlier issue. now we've got delays out in shady grove road. metro's red line troubles to deal with. out on the roads the top stretch of the beltway below speeds trying to get past university. northbound i 95 and 395 a tough commute. delays from court house road. as you make your way out towards the beltway. we can take that live shot. inner loop of the beltway slowing back in. all of the lanes there are open. there you go.
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this is the inner loop shot. thank you so much. heavy slow traffic that's how it goes up towards gallas. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> all right. thank you very much. our top story this morning. president obama continues to defend his actions in the wake of the consulate attack on libya. >> he is blasting top republican leaders for taking aim for her response. melanie is live with the latest in all of this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. ambassador rice's comments aren't the only controversy. because of resignation on friday, general david patraeus can testify today before the house and senate intelligence committee. he has made a deal to testify privately tomorrow. it's not clear congress will get all of the answers it is seeking in the september 11th attacks on
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the benghazi consulate. >> president obama walked into this press conference a day before congress is about to expand investigations on september 11th that killed four americans including the u.s. ambassador and defended his actions. >> my orders to my team is do whatever we need to do to make sure they are safe. >> but the time line of events is still not clear and several republicans are calling for water gate style hearings. >> i'm telling you right now if we don't have a committee we're going to fail to get the answers the american people deserve. >> and much of the republican anger here is on susan rice, the u.s. ambassador who on five sunday talk shows blames the attacks on a protest on an anti muslim film. not an assault. the president defended her as he lashed out at republicans.
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for them to go after the un ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and simply making a presentation based on intelligence she had received and to smerch her reputation is outrageous. >> interesting to say something that juvenile not picking on anyone. as we just said four americans died. is that picking on anybody when you want to place responsibility? >> reporter: and those hearings begin at 10:15 in the house. maryland congressman who is the top says he doesn't expect the subject of patraeus's resignation and the whole affair will probably come up in today's hearing. >> thank you. >> this morning we're learning
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the army has defended paula broadwell's security clearance. she's the woman general patraeus is said to have affair with. she is former army intelligence officer. she held a high level of clearance. >> we have a check of this morning's other top stories. we're waiting to learn the identity of a man who was shot to death by a sheriff's deputy. happened last night at a home if on 63rd avenue. as deputies were serving a temporary peace order. a woman allowed a deputy into their home. as they were talking a man appeared with a gun. that's when the deputy shot him. >> also in maryland, investigators need your help in identifying this man. they say he robbed a wal-mart store yesterday and then shot a store low outside in the parking lot. police believe they found the get away car on fire in a nearby
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neighborhood. >> detectives want you to look at this surveillance video. people who are persons of interest in a robbery and shooting that happened last friday morning. the video shows a woman and three men at an unidentified shoe store. dc police say the group is wanted for questioning in the case. >> increasing tensions in the middle east. three israelis were killed after a rocket fire hit an apartment building. fired more than 100 rockets over the past several days. israel responded on wednesday, yesterday, firing more than 50 airstrikes killing top military commander. president obama spoke with israeli prime minister and iterated right to self defense against the rocket attacks. company founder john
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mcafee, the creator is still wanted on suspicion of murder. >> now, he has gone into hiding fearing someone is out to murder him. tells us why. >> reporter: police have labeled john mcafee a person of interest in a murder. lived next to the software company founder. his body was discovered inside his two story home with a gun shot wound to the head. >> he was lying on the floor covered in blood. >> he says he's in hiding and fears for his life. he's trying to stay one step ahead of a police unit who wants to kill him. >> to put myself in their hands is. beat me until i commit and then execute me. >> he denies killing his neighbor but the two have had
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differences. had a dispute over several dogs beachside villa. and i did not kill him. good lord. i can't concede myself doing this. if i'm a suspect why are they arresting my friends? my caretaker? my housekeeper? my security guard. >> the town mayor is coming to his defense. >> very nice person. friendly. made a donation and to the police force based on equipment. but as far as i know, he was a good person when i met him. >> this is not his first where you know in with the law. earlier this year he was accused of holding firearms. the final utcome of that case is still pending. fox news. >> new this morning, a delay in
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the trial of james holmes. he is the man accused in the movie theater massacre. he was supposed to appear in court today for a pretrial hearing but a judge granted his team a delay after holmes was rushed to the hospital as serious but undisclosed condition. there are reports holmes has tried several times to kill himself. 12 people were kill ed and 58 hurt. >> new york city residents continue cleaning up after super storm sandy, many are struggling with a new battle. they are getting sick. several reports of a bad cough and migraine headaches going around. some think it could be signs of toxic exposure. >> i serve a lot of the areas this past weekend and i can tell you there are environmental
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toxic waste land because of all the oil that has seeped into the ground. those chemicals tend to linger for a long time. >> the city's health department says recent testing shows outdoor air quality is good but officials warn about toxins in doors. >> it is 7:11 now. thursday morning. is it the end of the road for our dear twinkies. why hostess might shut down the plant tomorrow. >> connecting fathers through bars with art. i'll have that coming up. >> nothing like a hot bath after a long day at work. what about a bath filled with wine and a bunch of other people? >> and a baby in there. >> what this tradition is all about. >> and as we take you to the
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back now on fox 5 morning news, listen to this. the future of hostess brands, the maker of twifrng ees could be in danger. employees are on strike. hostess says the workers do not return by the end of the day today, it will go into liquidation. that will result in 20,000 workers losing their jobs. >> bad news for the 17 country euro zone. the region is in a recession. dodged the recession during 3 year debt crisis thanks in part to the strength of largest single economy which was
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germany. >> the 2012 edition of a popular wine made in france is being released today and to celebrate people in japan got into a tub filled with the young fruity wine. distributed every third thursday. more than 15 million bottles. >> there's like a baby in there. >> more than 15 million bottles were exported. the two most popular destinations were japan and the united states. it's a tradition get in a tub. >> hopefully they are not going to rebox that. >> stay in the tub and possibly your skin too. >> wouldn't you come out of there so sticky? >> isn't that a waste of wine? >> a lot of questions about that story. >> that's wish i never
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get into. >> all right. it's nice and cool. probably don't want to go swimming in a pool unless it's heated and inside. as temperatures later today on the cool side. yesterday 49 as a daytime high. 40s to about 50. >> a little chilly yesterday. >> and that was with sun. it's going to feel cooler than yesterday. lots of 30s outside the beltway. and we'll do a spin closer to our thanksgiving holiday. 32 in chicago. most of the country is fairly cool. nothing too extreme. yesterday we had teens up near international falls. today 33 degrees. tampa, the warm spot. 65. here's a look at your national map. most of the country is quiet. down into the carolinas where we have a developing storm system down
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there but that will never make it in here. we're not going to see any rain but clouds up and down the eastern see board. upper level piece of energy coming through and that's going to bring us clouds. partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon. 50 today. we're going to warm it up for the weekend. highs in the mid 50s. and the big change from yesterday, rain out of the sunday afternoon forecast. red skin game. no rain sunday afternoon. maybe a few showers monday. >> dc united plays sunday? >> yeah. i think against houston. >> at rfk? >> yes. >> very cool. >> double-check that time. >> very good. thanks. >> head on over to julie. on time traffic. >> you know, i always see about doing the high dive and cannonball into the pool the first day of summer. wonder if he's going to do that in that
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pool of wine. >> no, no, no. >> better chance of getting you into the pool in montgomery village than i do that right? >> yeah. >> next summer. we have our hands full. coming out of austin hill. this is where we have the accident activity. only one left lane is able to get by. folks coming off of the inner loop costing almost 20 minutes. on the south side of town, northbound 395 delays leaving the beltway. red line still having problems. single tracking due to an earlier problem out of the glen mont station. that's due to trouble we had at rhode island avenue. on the beltway, lanes are open from college park around to connecticut avenue. reports of a stalled vehicle. nothing is popping up on our screen. quiet coming in out of laurel.
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traffic will slow closer to fair oaks. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanksgiving is one week away from today. ready or not, it's a time for family gathering. for some, the family can't be together because a parent is incarcerated. >> the hope house of dc has come up for a way for men to connect with their kids over the holidays and all year long. >> reporter: at the longview gallery the walls are adorned with murals made by children with their fathers who won't come here to be able to see them. their dads are in prison and for a long time. >> it was good to see him after months and months without seeing him. >> these depict the perfect day for father and child if they could be together. 10 year old
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jiyah dreams of having her dad watch her win a gold medal. >> make it to one of my competitions. >> worked on this mural behind bars where he's serving time. it's all part of the father and child summer camp that brings kids together for a week each summer. the last day is always the hardest. >> when fathers watch their children walk out the door, you know if they didn't get before of what they did, they get it at that moment. and it changes lives. changes the father's lives. it saves many guys in a lot of ways. and changes the kids. they no longer feel they've been abandoned. and that's important. >> i will never use a drug or alcohol again. >> the little girl who made this mural had never met her father. never even saw a picture of him.
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when she walked into prison, she ran and jumped into his arms. she told a counselor she saw herself in his face and knew right away it was him. >> a new movie still in production tells a story of hope house. a 13-year-old organization that cropped up when prison closed and inmates were shipped out across the country far from their kids. >> besides the murals, the children leave camp with so much more. they leave with hope. jiyah and her dad write in a journal. >> i look in that journal and think wow we spent a lot of time together during that one week. we learned a lot about each other. >> like the flame of this candle, the bond between child and father burns brightly and the hope these perfect days will
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happen one day soon. fox 5 news. >> powerful peace. thank you. hundreds of local police officers will see a big change in their next paycheck. we're going to take a look at why, next. >> and holly is getting into the holiday spirit. live at the gay lord national report checking out the ice. it's 7:23. 8
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welcome back. 7:26. hundreds of police officers have begun getting pay raises. ruled in september the county must make up for four years of freezes. the average pay raise is 8%. but some are seeing 12%. the immediate cost to the county is $8 million. >> the magic 8 ball or little
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green army men. dominoes or star wars action figures. which belong in the hall of fame? >> we're going to find out when the 2012 inductees, 2 of the 12 will make it. others involve the game clue. light bright, the pogo stick, corn popper, sidewalk chalk. this is silly. tea sets, simon and twister. >> the pogo stick and twister need to go in. >> an informal poll shows twister and light bright among. >> we all can agree on twister. >> it is 7:27. tucker says they are all classics. full plate of major issues for congress. coming up, two former congressman join us live with their take on how to get
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things done. >> and a new role for rgiii. sports breakfast is coming up next. 7:27. this year, america's privately-owowned freight railroads plan to spend $23 billion on their network. that's like building 4 nat's stadiums, 5 wilson bridges, and 8 dc convention centers...all in one year. and not a penny of it comes from taxpayers.
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freight railroads plan to spend $23 billion on their network. that's like launching 4 mars rovers, 10 gps satellites, and 20 space shuttles ...all in one year. and not a penny of it comes from taxpayers. robert griffin iii has a new title. team captain.
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the rocky quarterback was voted into the new role by his teammates. >> and the coach. >> at the beginning of the season, players vote for an initial set of captains and another vote around the midpoint to add more captains. coach mike shanahan says he does not believe he's had a rookie captain. and well deserved. >> i saw something earlier, he's excited about getting back. >> absolutely. and i think they will win this week. the eagles are in disarray. >> let's say they are strong. let's beat them as a whole team. >> more on that tomorrow. weather forecast we're looking fine. nice and dry today. still going to be cool. and more cloud cover than yesterday as well. let's start with yesterday's high temperatures. 10 degrees below average. 49 with a daytime high. 46 dulles and bwi
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marshal. we've fallen back here into the upper 20s and low 30s. still below freezing for parts of the area. 32 frederick. hagerstown, winchester. closer to the bay. leonardtown, 43. cool day for all of us. cloud cover. definitely jacket weather here to stay for the next couple days. shower activity to the south and east this morning down into the carolinas. that won't make it in here. cloud cover streaming to the north. we have upper level disturbance coming through and that's bringing us the cloud cover. we'll see periods or peaks of sunshine. not nearly as much as yesterday. hold the temperatures back for the time being. future cast suggesting there should be sunshine during the middle of the day. we'll see if it happens or not.
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notice the rain showers stay to our south and east. and then into nighttime, ou more cloudiness. the trend will be sunshine into the weekend. if you have outdoor plans saturday and sunday, things are looking great. lots of sunshine. 50 today, plenty of clouds. still cool this time of year. and here's your ac cu weather 7 day. particularly sunday afternoon, partly sunny conditions now. there's your weekend forecast. both saturday and sunday dry with temperatures in the 50s. as we turn the corner next week, right now looks like mid 50s with partial sunshine thanksgiving day. that's a look at weather. let's do traffic and find out what's happening on the roads. >> all right. on the roads 270, this delay carries you out to the lane divide. inbound new york avenue. tapping the brakes
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here out toward north capitol street. map out problems for you inner lop of the beltway. slow ride headed across the bridge. left side road here. single file to the left gets you by. and it slows again leaving the terminal headed out towards gallos road. georgia avenue a 20 minute ride with all lanes open. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> president obama says half of the looming fiscal cliff could be eliminated if congress extends all tax cuts of all-americans except the highest learners. more stand offs between the white house and leaders. they won't agree to higher tax rates. joining us now to see what's at stake, marty russo. always good to see you. and former republican
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robert walker now executive chairman. always good to see you as well. i know we were talking about the fiscal cliff but what's dominating the headlines is general patraeus. and all of the players in this. we've already been there. i want to talk about what's ahead with the hearings with regard to libya. he will testify. marty, let me start with you . your impressions leading up to all of this and now are we getting to the knitty gritty. >> what's happening is it's more important is what did he find out? that's critical for us to know exactly what happened. we still don't have all the facts about what exactly took place. we need to find that out. it's important to get it done. i'm glad to see he's coming back to testify. >> we're looking here at his alleged mistress. have we passed the point as to whether
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she has connection with national intelligence? >> it's pretty clear there isn't a national security problem. it was more a personal issue. so i agree put it to the side and let's go on and talk about something that's important, the american people and national security. >> was there ever a thought that he wouldn't come forward to testify in your mind when this story broke and with the hearings already scheduled? >> i thought at some point he would testify. in the initial going there was talk only the new acting head of the cia would come and testify. that was unacceptable to the hill and eventually everybody thought that they better have general patraeus go to the hill and talk about not only the investigation that he did but also the time line of what really took place there. we've had some confusing stories that i think there are people on the hill and people in the country that would like to
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know what happened. we lost four people and there have been a whole variety of stories about just exactly what happened of how it happened and when it happened. general patraeus is the one who can provide clarity to that. i think his appearance was essential. and i'm glad he's doing it earlier rather than later. >> my last question and we'll move on. it seems that congress members and two former congress members yourself, seem to be upset the fbi was doing this whole investigation or knew what he knew. and they weren't told. can you fill me in on the role of congress as a sitting body. might there be hearings into all of these e-mails between the top general in afghanistan and general patraeus and his biographer? what is the thinking there? >> sometimes members of congress get outraged for all the wrong
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reasons. the bottom line is the fbi was looking into something that could have been a national security risk. and i think until they finish their investigation, the question whether or not they need to inform congress depends on whether or not there's an intelligence breech. they found out there wasn't any. >> but there is a different standard for the people who serve on the intelligence committees and the congress in general. are supposed to be informed if there is a situation developing that could result in a national security breech. and this is a place where i think the chairman of the committee in the senate, in the house both believe they deserve to have information about an fbi investigation that was going on in the cia director. this is well with inside their wheelhouse. that is what you are hearing from congress. >> with two minutes left, i want to talk about another serious issue that's facing us.
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john boehner and mitch mcconnel said we want to compromise. don't want the american people to deal with what could be ahead. what is going on? we all think their backdoor meetings that get done. is that not the case? >> they are having those kind of meetings. they are going to have a meeting later on today with the members of congress with leadership. look, it's very clear we need to look something serious. send the message to the markets and the american people. this election pretty much laid out what the american people want. 80% of the american people want to compromise. both parties to work together. i don't know what it will take for these guys to wake up and realize that. we have to stop this negotiating i'm not going to do this. the only thing we know for sure is rates are going up for the
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wealthy. elections matter. he did win. >> i think what you have is a lot of posturing going on and it's posturing that takes you toward the negotiations that will take place. i would disagree with my friend marty that the rates have to go up. i think there's a compromise here that will assure there's additional revenue that comes from wealthy people by eliminating deductions. but a raise in tax rates will under mine the economy in significant ways. comes out of the hide of a lot of small businesses and the last thing we need at the present time is to make decisions about the fiscal cliff that take us toward another fiscal cliff next year because the economy deteriorates. there's a balance that needs to be done but a posturing gets those negotiations started. >> the nice thing about the
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president is he's putting lines in the sand. one of the things i respected ronald reagan for. he had three lines in the sand. i think the president has his line in the sand. >> okay. meantime, time is dwindling for all of us. marty and bob thanks for being with us. time has ended. we'll be right back .
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we're back now with stories making headlines across the nation. just days after a big win against alabama, some alarming news out of texas anm, thomas johnson is missing. the university's police department says johnson was last seen leaving his residence monday evening. he went to high school in dallas. police believe he may have traveled to that area. >> there is good news for college graduates in the coming year. expected to increase hiring of four year grads by about 5%. that is according to an annual survey by michigan
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state. demand for graduals with associate degrees is expected to increase by 40%. >> a new kind of adult treat is being whipped up at one bakery. these deep fried donuts are injected with jelly and liquor flavors. they are legal because they cook them. >> why is it taking so long and why didn't i think of that? that's great. >> i don't like the taste of liquor. >> so you don't like rum cake? >> a little rum cake is okay. but if it's too strong. no. i bet that will sell. >> anything with doughnuts. all right. let's go outside and look at cloud cover to start your day. it's cold or cool as well. there are breaks in the clouds. not going to be overcast but partly to mostly cloudy for much of your day.
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>> how poetic. >> thank you. i tried. 43 in washington. 23 in columbus. never got the poetry . >> it can be nice. >> like haiku. let's take a look at the surface map. high pressure off to our north. this is going to keep us dry but we are going to do cloud cover down in the carolinas. this is going to continue to pressinto the area later today and tonight. and as it does so, it will have a tendency to give us more sunshine for fry into the weekend. that is generally good news. a nice weekend around here. saturday and sunday now look dry. it will be cool as our winds will still be out of the north. it will be dry for the weekend. 50 today. more clouds and sun . and right now friday, saturday look great. at least we'll be dry. >> the weekend has improved a
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bit. >> and right now if you are taking a peak at next thursday, mid 50s probably with sunshine. >> thanks, tuck. >> let's go to julie. the latest on this morning's traffic. >> busy commute out here on the roads but with better news. the inner loop of the beltway slow moving with that earlier crash we had in the roadway cleared. 80 minute drive on the inner loop. accident activity reported. southbound bw parkway. here at the beltway 31 miles an hour and approaching new york avenue. the pace remains slow at 12 miles an hour towards pennsylvania avenue. 50s on the brake headed into northeast. we had the stalled car inbound route 4. that has cleared. follow police direction in order to squeeze by there. eastbound 66 trouble for you guys. well below speed. traffic remains slow out
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of$66 trouble for you guys. well below speed. traffic remains slow out of viee beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks, julie. thousands of loyal twilight fans showed up in london for the uk premiere of breaking down part 2. the stars robert pattinson. the movie hits the big screen tomorrow. and our movie reviewer talked with all of the stars. we will share his interviews with robert and taylor tomorrow. >> all right. still ahead, celebrating the holiday season with the gang from shrek. >> good morning holly. >> reporter: good morning to you. favorite characters like you've never seen them before. they are the center attraction for ice. dream works shrek the halls is the theme this year. they are set and ready for some frozen fun. how you and your family can get in on it next.
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that time of year again. starting this weekend families can join in for 9 degrees of fun. the gaylord national resort featuring shrek the halls. >> reporter: usually i don't use the word 9 degrees and fun in the same sentence but this chill is worth it for the thrill. it really is super spectacular when it comes to what they do here. it's become a wonderful amazing holiday tradition. and this year the theme does not disappoint. it's shrek the halls. amy joins me inside the big ice bubble. happy holidays. >> can you believe it's ice
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again already? >> can you believe it's ice she says. it is a constant 9 degrees in here. >> it is. it is very cold. >> there's a reason for that. we're preserving these amazing sculptures. this is open to the public. let's start our tour. and tell me about this year's ice. >> the theme is shrek thealls. the story is how shrek is an ogre. so they all come together and show him how to celebrate christmas and the true meaning of the christmas holidays. >> it really is amazing. you know you've been told it's ice but the colors are vibrant and the sculptures are meticulus. >> it gets shipped to us in large 400 pound blocks and the
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ice carvers stack it up. that's how they achieve the height. some of these sculptures stand as 25 feet tall. and they chisel away and you see those sculptures come to life. >> all good things come from ohio. >> including our ice. >> and the ice that's where it's produced. >> exactly. >> some like 5,000 blocks. and each block weighs about 400 pounds. >> they are rectangular blocks that are sent here and our carvers start carving. all of the carving and the detail work is created here on site. >> we've done this for several years and one of the things we notice is that it seems to be a lot more spacious. a lot more room. >> yes, there is a lot more room. the attraction was built that way. it is a very high capacity attraction. we have a
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lot of guests. it's very popular. >> there are people coming through here. these would be our employees. a preview for our stars. so they are getting to see the attraction. >> and everyone needs to realize that if you don't have a super heavy coat, dress in layers. you do issue these wonderful blue parka. >> it's 9 degrees inside here. >> about how long on average do people spend inside here? >> we definitely encourage you to dress warmly. a hat, gloves, heavy shoes, warm socks. about 20 to 25 minutes depending how long they can last inside the cold. >> this is weird. we're walking up these stairs. the stairs are covered in a carpet were made of ice. we can't do this without coming down the two story slide.
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would you like to go first? >> i would love to go first. first official time. and now she's going to enjoy it a little bit. this is a slide for young and old. there she go down the two story slide. as she gets out of the way, i'm going to take my turn and tell you it opens to the public tomorrow. we have a link to theirs. it runs through january 6th. super packed on the weekends. if you guys are thinking i'm the only one that gets to have fun, take a look at this kodak moment. tony perkins caught on the slide himself. and i understand he screamed like a girl. >> that is not true. >> we're going to have more coming up in our next hour.
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>> that's a good one. >> i loved it. i did not scream like a girl. thank you, holly. >> that's pretty cute. >> coming up, most of us like to hear we look good for our age. there's a reason to be concerned if you look older than you actually are. >> and watch the salt. some of our favorite foods contain way too much sodium and you might not even know it. the fox medical team takes a look at the sneaky 6. we'll be right back. time right now 7 :57. 
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this is fox 5 morning news. >> straight ahead at 8:00, the count down to the fiscal cliff. we will take a closer look at the negotiations and later sit down with an expert for what could happen to your money if congress and the white house can't reach a deal. >> a number of investigations into that u.s. could so late attack -- consulate attack. we'll have more on that coming up. >> and later, energy overload. that quick caffeine fix could
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have deadly side affects. good morning. i'm tony perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. >> we'll tell you that in just a little bit. here's tucker barnes. a man who operates on his own energy source. >> i remember in high school taking lodos. >> that's a very different thing. >> i'm ready. let's go to the forecast. i'm speechless now. i was going to try to say something fun but i decided i shouldn't say anything at all. that's what made the awkward moment. here's the cloud cover. kind of be careful here. showers in the carolinas . and we're going to be dealing with a lot of clouds today. it is cool. it was cold overnight. a cool day with highs in the upper 40s to about 50 degrees.
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just like yesterday on the cool side. reagan national, temperature is 43. up 1 degree in the past hour. here's your forecast for today. plenty of clouds. peak or two of sunshine. but we should be dry here with highs in the upper 40s by 5:00 p.m. we're trending cool for the month of november. >> thank you. >> all right. let's check in with julie for a look at your on time traffic. >> on time traffic, brought to you by toyota. >> all right. here's what i know. if you are traveling the inner loop of the beltway slow go. big delays from branch avenue to telegraph road. unfortunately 80 minute ride on the inner loop. 295 slows from the beltway to the inbound 11th street bridge. traffic flows between route 100 to 175. and from the beltway below speed at 31 miles an hour. all the way
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down to 12 miles an hour to the split headed out towards pennsylvania. still 12 miles an hour. backed up from river dale towards new york avenue. stalled car westbound. that has cleared. still dealing with a crash here. that's where we have a crash. follow the police activity. metro rail still below speed on their red line. that was due to earlier problems outside of the glen mont station. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks. we are following breaking news now from prince georges county, maryland. the fbi is looking into an incident. happened when the agents were serving warrants. authorities remain on the scene. the fbi says there's no threat to the community. we have a crew on the way to the scene. we'll update news as it comes in to us.
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>> we are also watching developments in the middle east this morning where israel is carrying out most intense attack on gaza since a full scale war four years ago. comes in response from several days of rocket fire. yesterday israel assassinated the terror group's top military commander in one of more than 50 airstrikes. last night president obama spoke with prime minister about the escalating violence for israel's right to self defense. >> the president and congress have a renewed focus on the deadly consulate attack in libya and the back and forth is heated. >> takes a closer look at why the president has gone on the defense. >> at least three committees in congress are going to start looking into that attack in libya last month that claimed the lives of four americans.
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president obama had his first full press conference yesterday. he said he did nothing wrong. frj the president walked into this press conference a day before congress is about to expanded on the attack in libya. he defended his actions. >> my orders to my national security team were do whatever we need to do to make sure they are safe. >> the time line of events that night are not clear. several republicans are calling for water gate style hearings. >> if we don't have a select committee, they are going to fail to get the answers that the american people deserve. >> much of the republican anger has been focused on susan rice, u.s. ambassador that on five sunday talk shows blamed the attacks on a protest over antimuslim film. not a coordinated terrorist assault. with speculation she could become the next secretary of
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state, the president defended her. >> for them to go after the un ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence she had received and smerch her reputation is outrageous. >> that's interesting for the president to say something that juvenile. not picking on anyone. as we just said, four americans died. is that picking on anybody when you want to place responsibility? >> and we have learned that former cia director david patraeus will in fact be on capitol hill tomorrow with a closed door briefing. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. >> while david patraeus testifies on the attack in libya, top officials are facing numerous questions. demanded an
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explanation as to why it took so long for the white house to be notified about the fbi investigation. briefed the house intelligence committee yesterday but did not provide an answer. the army has suspended security clearance. >> the mrit storm storm surrounding the cia director, president obama will pause to monitor recovery efforts from super storm sandy. he will meet with families, local officials and first responders. in the wake of that storm, two utility companies say they have received subpoenas from the new york state general. coned and the long island power authority say they are cooperating into their responses to the storm. >> president obama addressing the national fiscal cliff during his news conference at the white house. the president says he is confident an agreement can be
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reached that would avoid automatic tax hikes and spending cuts. he called for comprehensive deal but that he is not going to budge on the wealthiest 2%. john boehner thinks that approach is flawed. president obama did say he is open to compromise and new ideas. wall street didn't like what it heard from the president yesterday. the dow dropped 185 points. the s&p fell 19 and nasdaq fell 37. >> detectives released a video they want you to see. people that they say are persons of interest in a robbery and shooting that happened last friday morning. the video shows a woman and three men at an
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unidentified shoe store. police say the group is wanted for questioning in that case. and one man is dead and a sheriff's deputy is on administrative leave. this happened last night at a home along 63rd avenue in east river dale. deputies were serving a temporary peace order. after the woman let the deputy into the home, a man with a gun appeared. investigators have not identified the deputy or the man who died. >> also in maryland, take a good look at these videos. police are looking for the man in those photos after he robbed a wal-mart store in laurel and shot a store manager in the parking lot. we told you about it yesterday. police believe the suspect's get away car was found on fire in a nearby neighborhood. the store manager is recovering at a hospital. today's hearing for a man accused at a shooting rampage at
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a colorado movie theater has been postponed. the accused killer is in the hospital. no word on what's wrong with him but the hearing has been postponed until december 10th. >> mitt romney opens up. why the governor says he lost the race to president obama. >> first, though, two important warnings. why the fans of 5 hour energy drinks might have more to worry about as a crash. and one group of women is more likely to die from breast cancer. 8:10. we'll be right back. how far will people go to relieve their sore throat?
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8:13 now. looking ahead at the day ahead. parents get their chance to speak out about a plan to close 20 dc public schools. today the dc council will hold a public hearing. public testimony begins at 4:00 at the wilson building. the dc council will review a bill today
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that will give the district more control over popular car services. the bill proposed by council woman mary chay will hear to all of the regulations by licensed drivers including to serve all areas. >> maryland live has announced it will open a dealer school. the casino plans to hire 1200 more people for the table games. >> there you go. >> let's head over to tucker barnes now. he has not only the forecast but real cuteness today. >> take it away. >> thank you very much. let's do it. time now for my first 5 photo of the day. and today we say hello to gracie. she has the number 1 up.
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she got a trophy. she just took part in a cheer leading competition in charles county and won 1st place in the individual tumbling. >> all right. >> very good. >> way to go. you are number 1 1. love it. >> that's fantastic. >> and she gotd a medal. >> see her in future olympics perhaps? >> i hope so. >> if that's what she wants to do, we will see her. >> what will the game be? 2020. >> there will have to be doing gymnastics. >> she won for tumbling. >> she is a doll. congratulations. >> we love the picture. congratulations. keep up the good work. two thumbs up. all right go to my and click on mornings.
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let's do weather. you you are going to want to wear a jacket as you run out to school. temperatures have fallen back to 30s and 40s. lots of 30s as you get further away from washington. 26 in cincinnati. 31 in chicago. out to the west, temperatures are cool but nothing too extreme. 31 in international falls. yesterday was 13 degrees at this hour. you are going to have to takeover weather. i feel a sneeze coming on. >> move your tongue on the top of your mouth. >> then i can't talk. we have a lot of clouds. showers into the carolinas . they are going to push off to the east. mostly cloudy and cool day today. upper 40s. jacket weather here to stay. no rain but you will want a jacket as we are going to
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be experiencing cool temperatures. things stay cool but sunny for the weekend. yesterday we saw showers on sunday. maybe a few showers on monday. that's it for weather. julie take it away before i sneeze. >> oh, my goodness. all right. here's what i know . if you are traveling in montgomery county, here's what i have. as you travel off in the distance here, some activity is able to get by along the left side of the roadway. eastbound state of the left in order to get by. no problems to report as you continue over. map out other issues for you. inner loop of the beltway has yet to release from route 5 to tele graph road. it's improving but if you are heading out the door, tack on extra time. delays down to 175. 198 to powder mill road. this delay carries you all the way out towards pennsylvania avenue.
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16 miles an hour. and again remaining slow at 16 miles an hour towards southeast washington. southbound on the gw parkway. 123 headed out towards the key bridge, 30 miles an hour. and making your way out towards 66 you'll find yourself down to 16 miles an hour. red line still singing tracking this morning. metro says the problem was low hanging wires down near the tracks. that's why they are singing tracking and tacking on more time to your commute. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> all right. thank you very much. 5 hour energy promises a quick pick me up with no caffeine crash. >> apparently side affects can be more dangerous. sara back with details and other health news. >> they do. scary news though as you mentioned. according to the new york times the fda has
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reports of 13 deaths. the reports cover the last four years and an analysis of records found 5 hour energy has been mentioned in 90 files with the fda. doesn't mean the product is responsible but the company that distributes it says it is safe when used as directed. disturbing news in the fight against breast cancer. african american women are more likely to die than any other racial or ethnic group. according to the cdc, african american women don't receive the same quality of care and have cancers that grow faster and harder to treat. and also less likely to get follow up care. the study looked at cancer cases between 2005 and 2009. the cdc does say better treatment and earlier diagnosis have led to an overall drop in breast cancer death. and what has more calories? a glass of soda or a glass of
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wine? a new study finds both have about the same amount of calories. soda and other sweetened drinks make up for 6% of the calories that adults consume. alcohol accounts for about 5% and to put that into perspective, a 12 ounce can has 140 colonel rees. a 5 ounce glass of wine has 100 calories. new york banned big sodas. you heard about that . now france has a solution. a new nutella tax. yesterday the country senate passed a major that will triple the tax on other vegetable oils. i love me some nutella and i don't want a tax. >> you don't know what you are missing. the stuff is good. >> we said that wine and soda have about the same amount of calories. but they don't really
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if 12 ounces. >> they are close but they are not identical. >> wine would have more. 12 ounces of soda has 140. >> 5 ounce of wine has 100. >> depends on how much you are drinking. apples and oranges. that they are comparing here. >> let's drink yummy water. look better and feel better. hydrated instead of de hydrated. >> thank you so much. >> some of the toys you played with as a kid are headed for the national toy hall of fame. >> coming up next, the look at the nominees that are sure to bring back pleasant memories. >> holly is checking out a memorable event. the ice show at national harbor. more on the fun you can have there this holiday season. 8:21. we'll be right back . 
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8:24. we have another wine story. wine fans worldwide have a reason to hit their favorite shops today. >> that is because the 2012
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beaujolais is available now. young and fruity wine. made from the vamay grape. only distributed once a year on the third thursday of november. 40% produced is exported and the most popular destination are japan and the united states. is that what they were bathing in in japan? france shipped out more than 15 million bottles and shipments may be down this year because hail and heavy rain cut harvest by about 20%. >> more wine news coming up later. >> i sure hope so. >> 12 classic toys are vying to get into the national toy hall of fame today. showing you the nominees on your screen. they are twister, star wars action
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figures, simon, clue, the pogo stick. tucker, simon is the name of the game there. the pogo stick, tea sets, dominoes, light bright, the magic 8 ball, little green army man, sidewalk chalk and the fisher price corn popper. >> what's in there now? >> card board boxes. >> a committee of educators, historians picked the nominees. >> seems like a lot of time being spent on something. >> that's not as important as we would hope. >> still ahead, here's something that is important and we're still talking about it. the fiscal cliff. we're going to take a closer look at a failure to reach a deal could have on your personal finances. >> mitt romney tells donors why he really lost the presidential election.
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oil giant bp has cut a plea deal with the justice department in connection with the 2010 deep water horizon spill in the gulf of mexico. moments ago a source familiar with the deal said the company has agreed to pay the u.s. billions of dollars. and two bp employees will face manslaughter charges. the company will get a waiver from future prosecution. we don't have an exact number for you. we'll be on that story all day for you. >> officials at george washington university admit a mistake was made when calculating incoming freshman. removed the school from a list of the nation's best colleges.
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gw will keep the unranked status until the school can confirm more accurate numbers. >> some people are calling it a case of sour grapes. mitt romney said president obama won re-election by promising gifts to targeted groups like hispanics, young voters. >> president obama beat romney by 11 points and won better than 7 of 10 hispanic voters and more than 9 of 10 black voters. >> it is 8:31. tucker barnes joining us with another look at the weather. >> cool temperatures. back in the 20 s and 30s. and going to be another cool day today. >> all right. >> cool the last couple weeks. >> i think it's time. we all accept it now. >> and as we turn the corner to thanksgiving we want it cooler. >> cooler when you go outside
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and play football. >> i can't do that much any more. >> i won't be out there either. you will be. >> tony plays football every weekend. >> yeah, i do. >> 43 in washington. 46 in annapolis. and mountains here holding on to temperatures around freezing. 31 in martins burg. all right. cool day today. upper 40s to 50. yesterday our daytime high was 49. big change from yesterday. more in the way of cloudiness. today we're going to have more clouds. as you can see streaming right to the midatlantic here. rain showers down in the carolinas. these showers are going to be pushed out to sea. the cloud cover and the cool temperatures are going to give you a fall feel. a little sunshine from time to time. not perfectly overcast. mostly cloudy. high pressure off to the north. that's why we're in this cool pull of area.
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that's going to nose down into the region into the nighttime hours. what that means is more sunshine in the forecast starting tomorrow. and into the weekend now, generally going to be dry saturday and sunday. the forecast looks brighter for the weekend. 50 today, plenty of clouds. winds north and east at 5 to 10. lots of sunshine friday and saturday. partly sunny on sunday. should be dry for the red skin game. dc united sunday afternoon. and real quick, if you are looking forward to thanksgiving a week from today, looks like temperatures in the mid 50s. that's weather. allison, back over to you. >> thank you, tucker. we talked about the fiscal cliff and been talking about it everyday. do you know what it might really mean for your personal finances and family? for answers we are turning to
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roger hickey. and the co author calling on congress to be cautious about what they are willing to do to solve the fiscal crisis. good morning. glad you are here today. >> good morning. >> i'm so interested in the paper you presented congress. can you tell us about it in the findings? >> well, as you know congress has created this artificial cliff. sort of like the blazing saddles routine where a guy puts a gun to his head and say don't come or we'll shoot the economy. they are not going to push us over the cliff. there is going to be a solution to backing away from those mandatory cuts and tax increases. because nobody corporate america, nobody wants another recession. the question is what congress will do in order to avoid the cliff. what kind of agreements they
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will make. as you saw yesterday, the president wants to raise taxes on the wealthy. that's one way to go in terms of getting the deficit down. we've got to remember that this whole fiscal cliff has changed the subject from full employment and jobs which is what the president went on to deficit reduction. and our economists are saying growing the economy creating jobs ought to be the most important priority unless we get the economy growing, we're never going to have the deficit down. that's what we were making the case. nobody quite knows what the congress will do in order to avoid the fiscal cliff. they could tamper with medicare and social security, for example. and that could mean changes in the cost of living index for social security beneficiaries. could mean future generations
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are eligible for medication. that's a hardship for younger people who don't have anything set aside for retirement. it's going to be a big debate here. and i think the members of congress ought to look at what the voters said in the election. they didn't want cuts to social security and medicare. what they wanted was jobs and investment. and what they wanted was higher taxes on the wealthy. >> can we get there i guess without the president getting what he wants and without some of the deep cuts to some of the entitlement programs that congress is calling for? can we get there? >> i have the view that we could just get rid of the sequestration, the automatic spending and tax increases. and we can just back away from it. >> is that possible to do? >> depends on what the
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republicans in congress demand. depends on especially in the house of representatives, what kind of an agreement can be made. the president has weighed in with his demand for rolling back the bush tax cuts. and that would do a big part of the job if the republicans agree to it. it's clear that the republicans are also going to be demanding across the board cuts of some kind. and that means people who go to get a pel grant to go to college, small business loans, all kinds of things could be cut across the board. if we cut too deeply, we could put us back into a recession even if we don't call off the fiscal cliff. >> is there any sort of indication that the words of these economists that you are part of this group, that somebody is listening to you. >> the voters definitely were listening. the voters in this election said we would rather
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raise taxes on the wealthy than do cuts that hurt the economy. it's very clear from all the polling that we've seen and we did our own polling that the voters would like to disengage from this fiscal cliff and really focus on jobs. but there's conservative forces in the congress who really want cut, cut, cut, cut. if we do that then we are risking pushing the economy into a recession even if we don't go over the fiscal cliff. >> complicated issue. thanks for being here and making it understandable for all of us. roger hickey. thank you very much. we'll be right back. ♪
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8:41. welcome back. robert griffin iii will hit the sunday with a new title. co captains of the offense. the coach says he believes it's the first time he's had a rookie in a leadership position. the horrible belgian basketball player. take a look. this guy can't even
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fail correctly. after an opposing player misses a free throw. he rebounds the ball and then tries and fails to score in his own basket. not once, not twice, but three times. no, not there. you got to go to the other end. >> is he a professional? >> i hope not. >> and everyone is gone. >> doesn't he realize. >> it is 8:42. it's a thursday morning. coming up, the sneaky 6. can be harder than you think. >> also first national harbor, shrek the halls. >> reporter: good morning. i'm stumbling over my words but
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because it's 9 degrees in here. it is a 15,000 foot square foot winter wonderland. shrek and his friends brought to life. all carved out of ice. we are live here. coming up you are going to see one of the master carvers at work. their story which is as fascinating as the sculptures themselves next. stay with us. 
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it is time for our facebook -- this is an arty kind of shot. our facebook fan of the day. today we say hello to donte washington. he tunes in everyday before work. thank you. >> it's like the two sides of donte. >> we like the photo. thanks for watching the show. we appreciate it. for your chance to be tomorrow's fan of the day. log on to facebook page and leave a comment under his picture. >> we are getting ready for christmas and this year's main event is bound to be fun for the whole family.
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>> always is a good time. it's called ice. and features a display called shrek the halls. holly can tell us all about it. >> reporter: hey, guys. it really is fascinating when you think in terms of the numbers. 2 million pounds of ice. 5,000 blocks. each block weighing 400 pounds. 40 artists coming over carving for 30 days straight to come up with a 15,000 square foot winter wonderland. 52, that's the number of days this attraction is open. if you want to see the magic, we have a little bit of it. amanda is the special events manager as we watch a master carver at work. it really is fascinating. let's talk about how they pull this off. >> they use all of the wood carving tools. we have chainsaws but he's just going
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with all of his detailed tools. we br the ice that comes from ohio. we have a factory that produces it all. this is the clear ice and there's a process which they freeze it. the color works differently. we have the food coloring we work on and make sure the colors are the right color. >> the clear ice, the white ice, and colored ice. >> the temperature is a big deal. it's not brought down to 9 degrees until everything is done. it has to be the right temperature for them to work in. it can be too cold, too warm. >> yes. and the color consistency is where that key is because if we have it too cold or too warm, it starts to melt.
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and too cold, the color shrink s. it is that 9 degrees these folks have figured out that we maintain. >> he is an award winning master carver. carving for 35 plus years. come from this town no china from parven. how are they discovered? >> their festival takes place end of january, beginning of february and it runs for several weeks. >> if it first started, they would use the ice in the river. you should see, if this is amazing. >> we should go over there. >> i keep saying when this ends i'll go over there. >> i have someone else special. this is our director . and we wanted to give you an idea of
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how much attention to detail. >> good morning. >> you have drawings in hand. >> i do. >> explain to me what you do. >> as art director here for the ice show. our company renders all of the architectural drawings and artistic renderings that through working with dream works, we come up with the characters, their expression and their position. >> i want people to understand how difficult this is. first of all, none of the carvers speak english. >> that's right. >> so you have to get across to them what shrek is. and you have to make sure that they chisel out the right expression and bring the character to life. >> that is correct. all of the drawings that we create, we have translated into chinese in china and overlay the translations. all of these drawings are sent to the carvers a month ahead of
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time. they have the drawings to look at. some are complicated drawings with measurements in meters , also in feet. and they are taking all these drawings and as i work with them to create the final sculptures with the correct expression, the right color. >> my tools are all covered in ice because he works so fast. is our web site. we have a link. this year's ice going on runs through january 6th. more fun coming up. this guy hasn't stopped since we told him to go. back to you all in the studio. >> really is amazing. thank you very much. >> stop blaming the salt shaker. turns out more of the salt we
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take in everyday comes from our favorite foods and we don't even know it. fox medical team joins us now with the sneaky six. i'm afraid to hear this list. >> some of your favorites are on it. we're talking about sodium that is sneaking into our bodies through our favorite foods. people say i don't use the salt shaker. that's not our case. the american heart association says we need to take it down to 1500 milligrams a day. let me show you. the sneaky six. let me show you what we're talking about. do the math yourself. let's start with lunch meet. 1000 milligrams per serving . you can buy the low sodium and you might want to start. now, the bread is what surprised me. 230 milligrams. and these are general numbers but pretty accurate. two slices of toast in the morning, you are up to 460 just with the bread.
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pizza is a big problem. 760 milligrams per slice. you eat two slices of pizza and you're at your daily allotment of sodium. just after those two slices. soup, canned goods. we talked about that a lot. filled with sodium. 940 milligrams per cup of chicken noodle soup. you sit down and have more than a cup of that. so those are four of the sneaky six. the other two are poultry. oftentimes, poultry is injected full of sodium to be used as a preservative and flavor. and sandwiches. you take your bread, add on lunch meat and cheese and pretty much made yourself a sodium sandwich. that's the big problem. >> very distressing. most of us like to hear we look good for our age. you say there's a real reason to be concerned if you look older than you actually
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are. tell us about that. >> this is an interesting study done. 11,000 danish men and women. and the study started back in the 70s. looked at these people for 35 years and studied how they aged not just physically but with their appearance. crows feet, counting wrinkles and everything. they found people who have those signs of aging. crows feet, wrinkles around the ears were more likely to have a heart attack or suffer from heart disease. you got to control what you can. but also your doctor should be looking at how well you are aging. that could be a sign of what's happening internally. >> all right. very good to know. thank you very much for the information. we appreciate it. >> thanks, tony. you are looking good by the way. >> thank you, you too. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of maryland. a shooting involving fbi agents
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that were serving warrants. we're going to have the latest straight ahead. also coming up, a look at the obama girls and their style. and a special treat for sax fans. perform for us live. us live. honey, don't use your sleeve.
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this is fox 5 morning news. >> good thursday morning. i'm allison seymour. >> and i'm tony perkins. right now we're following two breaking news stories. word of the settlement in the bp oil spill. >> swat teams takeover a
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maryland neighborhood. melanie is live on the scene. >> from sex scandal to benghazi. wisdom is back with a preview of the hearings plus more on the president's defense of susan rice. >> on a lighter note, new fashion icons taking over the white house. why they are phoning for sasha and malia. and not the first lady. >> also later this hour jazz musician tia fuller will be live on stage. tonight all eyes will be on her. first she's sharing her skills with us. >> very different than what we're used to. okay. it is just about 8:59. let's call it 9:00. tucker barnes is in our weather center. >> good morning. cloud cover to start your day. c t

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